Doctor Who in Lego Dimensions – All of Time and Space. When ever. Where ever.

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Greg is the owner and operator of The Allspark website and social media. Since 1999, The Allspark has provided up to date news, information and discussion about Transformers, Comics, Video Games and everything in between.
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So far every single thing we’ve seen about the upcoming Lego: Dimensions game shows that it’s about the greatest cross over of all time. Even if you haven’t previously been a fan of the Lego universe there’s just no way you can’t be excited about seeing all these characters from all these worlds mashed together in an the epic story […]

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What do you get when you cross Marty McFly, Batman, Gandalf and LEGO?

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Greg

Greg

Greg is the owner and operator of The Allspark website and social media. Since 1999, The Allspark has provided up to date news, information and discussion about Transformers, Comics, Video Games and everything in between.
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Warner Bros. Just announced today one of the boldest Lego mashups yet: LEGO Dimensions. Following the trends of games like Skylanders, LEGO Dimensions combines interactive play with video gaming. Combing the likes of Lord of the Rings, Batman, Back to the Future and The Wizard of Oz, with more to be announced, Lego Dimensions will be available on Xbox One, […]

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Invader Zim Set on Lego Ideas

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David has been an active member on The Allspark Forums since April 27, 2012. He mainly collects smaller Transformers, including Kabaya's candy toys.
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Are you still a fan of Invader Zim? Are you hyped about the recent news of the show’s imminent return in comic form? Do you love flying piggies? Then you’re going to love this proposed Invader Zim set currently gathering support at Lego Ideas. If not, this project still offers wonderful incite into the process behind submitting to Lego Ideas.

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Lego TMNT Retiring; License Returns to Mega Bloks

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A librarian by day, Luke believes himself to be the only Transformers fan residing in the state of New Hampshire. He has an unhealthy fixation on 70s and 80s pop culture, but who doesn't these days?
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In all the excitement of new stuff at Toy Fair, it’s easy to overlook what’s not there. Lego unveiled dozens of awesome new sets, but none of them in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme. Turns out that theme is over, finished. In a press release issued just before Toy Fair, Mega Bloks announced they’d acquired the license.

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More Jurassic World Lego Sets Revealed

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Lego have tweeted out more Jurassic World construction set revelations, all with plenty of dino-action! The sets they show are a helicopter vs. Pterosaur, Jeep vs. Dilophosaurus, a massive capture cage truck vs. Tyrannosaurus Rex, and the main Jurassic World compound with the new dino herself – Indominus Rex. Read on to see the tweet.

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Lego Reveals Its First Jurassic World Construction Set

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Via Mashable, Lego have revealed their first Jurassic World construction set! The set comes three human figures (including yet another Lego Chris Pratt!), a truck build, a motorcycle build, a stun gun build, and two Lego velociraptors with new harness pieces! Check out the article and images on Mashable for your first peek at the buildable dinosaur madness that will […]

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Fantastic! Doctor Who LEGO is Coming

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Chris

Chris Patrick (Random Items) is a fan of all things vintage and retro, with a particular fondness for 1980s robots, classic video games, and anything that blends those two things.

Chris joined the Allspark community in 2002 and has been a member of the News and Content team since 2014.
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It’s a fandom match made in space and time, as Whovians and Lego Maniacs both have something to look forward to with the announcement that official Doctor Who LEGO sets will be coming by the end of the year.

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Lego and Transformers Cross Paths with Cybertronian Space Program T-Shirt at Ript Apparel

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If you’re a fan of Transformers and Lego and looking to put a smile on your face, head over to Ript Apparel’s website and check out their “Cybertronian Space Program” t-shirt. A mash-up of Lego’s classic space program logo and Unicron’s head orbiting Cybertron, this shirt is sure to amuse the uber-geeks out there! As typical with these sorts of […]

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Everything is Awesome for LEGO!

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Chris

Chris Patrick (Random Items) is a fan of all things vintage and retro, with a particular fondness for 1980s robots, classic video games, and anything that blends those two things.

Chris joined the Allspark community in 2002 and has been a member of the News and Content team since 2014.
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With simple bucket of multi-coloured bricks and a little imagination you can build anything, it seems, including a worldwide empire. According to entertainment website Variety, LEGO is now the world’s largest toymaker.

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LEGO From 1997 Container Spill Still Being Washed Ashore. Watch Where You Step.

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Craig (known as Cat on the Allspark Forums) hails from the Land Down Under, and has been a lifelong fan of the Transformers world.

Any breaks taken from posting new articles are probably caused by having to hack away at a thousand deadly animals between him and his keyboard. Or so he'd like us to think...
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A freak wave knocked 62 containers off a shipping vessel headed for New York. 17 years later,  it’s still washing up on beaches in England, and is by now a plausible find on beaches worldwide. Appropriately, most of the 4.8 million LEGO parts lost were nautical-themed. Irony or serendipity?

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